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    Lee Webb
    Lee Webb

    Class:
    RS Senior

    Hometown:
    Ingelwood

    High School:
    Crenshaw

    Height / Weight:
    6-0 / 240

    Position:
    FB

    Birthdate:
    11/03/1981

    Experience:
    3V

    2004: Webb, who came to USC as a fullback before moving to linebacker and then back to fullback, likely will be the starting fullback as a senior in 2004.

    2003: Webb started USC's first 4 games of 2003 at fullback for an injured Brandon Hancock, then served as a backup there the next 7 games of his junior year before starting against Oregon State (he came off the bench against Michigan in the Rose Bowl). He also was a key special teams player. Overall in 2003 while appearing in all 13 games, he gained 0 yards on 4 carries (0.0 avg.) plus made 9 tackles and forced a fumble. He had 4 tackles at Washington and 2 (with the forced fumble) at Arizona.

    2002: Webb began his 2002 sophomore season as an experienced backup middle linebacker, but was moved back to fullback (his original position when he arrived at USC) in midseason. However, he was moved back to linebacker for the Orange Bowl against Iowa. He also played on special teams. Overall in 2002 while appearing in 10 games (all but Kansas State, Oregon State and Washington State), he made 3 tackles (2 came against Arizona State). He did not carry the ball on offense.

    2001: When he was healthy, Webb served as a backup to Mike Pollard at middle linebacker as a redshirt freshman in 2001. He also played on special teams. He broke his right foot against Stanford and missed USC's next 5 games, not returning until the California game. Overall in 2001 while appearing in 7 games, he had 8 tackles and a forced fumble. He had 5 tackles against Kansas State. He was switched from fullback to middle linebacker in 2001 spring drills.

    2000: Webb redshirted as a freshman fullback in 2000, his first year at USC.

    HIGH SCHOOL: He earned 1999 Prep Star All-Western, All-L.A. City first team, Los Angeles Times All-Central City Lineman of the Year and All-League honors as a senior at Crenshaw High in Los Angeles (Calif.). In 1999, he ran for more than 1,100 yards with 20 td id="content"'s as a fullback and also played defensive line and linebacker. In one game, he ran for more than 200 yards.

    As a 1998 junior, he earned All-League notice when he made 136 tackles, 45 tackles for losses and 19 sacks.

    He was an All-League choice as a 1997 sophomore.

    PERSONAL: He's a public policy and management major at USC.


    TCBYDSAVGTDLGTACLS/YDSDFLFR
    2001 (Fr.)...000.00080/000
    2002 (So.)...000.00030/000
    2003 (Jr.)...400.00290/000
    CAREER.......400.002200/000

    GAME-BY-GAME WITH LEE WEBB

    2003


    TCBYDSAVGTDLG
    Stanford310.302
    Oregon State*1-1-1.00-1
    2003 (Jr.)...400.002

    *Starter

    2002


    TACLS/YDSDFLFR
    Arizona State20/000
    Iowa (Orange)10/000
    2002 (So.)...30/000

    2001


    TACLS/YDSDFLFR
    San Jose St.10/000
    Kansas State50/000
    UCLA10/000
    Utah (Vegas)10/000
    2001 (Fr.)...80/000